How Small Biotechs Can Implement Pharmacovigilance Systems
Learnings on how to implement drug safety protocols effectively — both time-wise and cost-wise
Inside The Planning Of Audentes' Future Manufacturing Facility
A Q&A regarding Audentes Therapeutics’ Sanford, NC future facility, which will manufacture the company’s portfolio of adeno-associated virus (AAV)-based gene therapies aimed at targeting serious rare neuromuscular diseases.
Small Pharma-Service Entrepreneurs Make A Big Impact
Over the past year, I have spoken with dozens of rising entrepreneurs – those people who are building the next wave of innovative, technology-focused pharma services companies. These are the unsung heroes of drug development.
Tips For Biotechs Considering Building Their Own Facilities
The engineering discipline and technical skills needed to build a new biopharma facility are generally absent within a startup biotech. Here are some key issues to consider when tackling this daunting challenge.
It’s Time To Recalibrate The Pharma Supply Chain
After the COVID crisis, pharma supply chains need to be recalibrated. So, what needs to be done with parties upstream (suppliers) and those that are downstream (customers) before it is too late?
Leading With Data And Digital In The Life Sciences
In this first article of our series on data sciences and AI, we define common discipline and technology terms and talk about what kind of leadership is necessary.
Why COGs Will Demand More Attention From Biosimilar Makers
Without continued innovation in the manufacturing and analytical components of biosimilar development, the biosimilar value proposition becomes less feasible for pharma manufacturers.
Why Is Antibiotic Development In The U.S. Disappearing?
Today, 95 percent of antibiotics in development are being studied by smaller biotechs, including Paratek Pharmaceuticals. Today, the company is on a strong trajectory, but its ups and downs show why antibiotic companies fail and few new antibiotics reach patients.
The Viral Startup
ViralClear, formed in March 2020 to obtain a drug whose potential use against COVID-19 already has substantial support in evidence. The company is employing considerable industry expertise to move it into clinical development.
Working With The U.S Army To Achieve Tech Transfer Success
Many pharmas or biotechs may not know the opportunities available from working with the U.S. Army on license agreements or Collaborative Research and Development Agreements (CRADAs). Here’s what to know about the Medical Technology Transfer (MTT) office.